CEO of Wyman Worldwide Health Partners Fund
to Speak at Southern New Hampshire University

(Rye Beach and Manchester, NH)--Professor Michele Goldsmith, current holder of the Christos and Mary Papoutsy Distinguished Chair in Ethics at Southern New Hampshire University announced recently that the first lecture sponsored by the chair endowment would be delivered by Rosalie Wyman, renowned expert in health-care. CEO and co-founder of Wyman Worldwide Health Partners and an Overseer of Dartmouth Medical School, Wyman will discuss the importance of establishing long-term, sustainable public health programs in Rwanda as part of global efforts to break cycles of poverty.

Scheduled at 6:30pm at Walker Auditorium on the university's flagship Manchester campus, the lecture is rfree and open to the public. A reception will follow immediately afterward. For more information, contact Jane Yerrington at SNHU (603-668-2211 x2488), or view and download the event flyer below.

(Posted 23 October 2010)

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The purpose of the disguished chair in ethics is to promote and enhance students and community members awareness of ethics in personal and professional settings through teaching, community lectures and conferences. These events will foster understanding and assist in the application of lessons taught by current and classical ethicists to 21st-century settings.The chair serves as the cornerstone for an integrated university program in business ethics that encompasses the undergraduate and graduate levels. For more information about these events or about the ethics chair, contact Jane Yerrington at SNHU (603-668-2211 x2488) or visit the webpages of the ethics chair at

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